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27-year Phoenix Police Department veteran Tim Moore speaks to Desert Sleuths

Phoenix Police Department veteran Tim Moore speaks to Desert Sleuths Wednesday, Jan. 15, on standard police procedure for apprehension and booking.
Desert Sleuths

Wednesday, Jan. 15, from 6-8 p.m., 27-year Phoenix Police Department veteran Tim Moore will speak at the Desert Sleuths meeting, which is from 6-8 p.m. and is held at Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Wall Street Room, 4000 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Ariz. The detective’s topic will be “Standard Operating Procedures: Apprehension and Booking.”

Currently an administrative detective in the Reserve Division, Moore began his police work as a patrol officer and has been a detective for 23 years. He has served in a number of areas, including the Property Crimes Bureau, the Airport Investigations Unit, the Family Investigations Bureau, and the Violent Crimes Bureau Homicide Unit. He also served as a court liaison to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and worked in the Laboratory Services Bureau, where his team established guidelines for cold case investigations.

In addition, Moore has taught classes on interview and interrogation techniques, specialized crimes and death investigation, crime scene photography, crime scene management, and collection and preservation of evidence at the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy in Phoenix. He has a bachelor’s degree in public administration.

Desert Sleuths is the Arizona chapter of Sisters in Crime, an international organization for mystery writers.

The meeting is open to all with no charge to attend and no need to R.S.V.P. Guests may order dinner upon arrival.

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